Uyuni Photo and Video Gallery

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Tour this Uyuni photo and video gallery. The Salt Beds (sometimes called Salt Flats or Salt Desert) at Uyuni are one of the more amazing tourist attractions in Bolivia. Stretching as far as the eye can see, the Salar de Uyuni was left behind when Lake Minchín dried up 40,000 years ago. The salt desert is about 120 meters thick and you can stay at a hotel made completely out of salt bricks. Visit our Salar de Uyuni home page for more.

Salar de Uyuni Potosi Bolivia, World's Largest Natural Mirror

An absolutely gorgeous video showing the Bolivian altiplano from Chile to Uyuni and everything in between, with views of: Bolivia border with Chile, Laguna Blanca, Laguna Verde, Licancabur, Desierto Dali, Laguna Polques, Geiser Sol de Manana, Laguna Colorada, Arbol de Piedra, Desierto Sololi, Laguna Honda, Laguna Hedionda, Laguna Canapa, Mirador Volcan Ollague, Salar de Chiguana, Salar de Uyuni, Isla Incahuasi.

A short documentary by the Bolivian Vice Ministry of Tourism

A beautiful video with no words, just soothing music

This video of Uyuni is very well made and has some drone views

A 3-day tour video showing the train cemetery, the yuni salt flats, Incahuasi island, salt hotel, town of Uyuni, Ollague volcano and more.

Video producido por el Viceministerio de Turismo de Bolivia:

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